Question for Nick or anyone with feed back concerning Air Force guns and slugs



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Offline Roger M

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I have heard a lot of conflicting information concerning slugs shot from the LW barrel on Air Force guns. I am interested in trying some of Nicks .250 stock slugs. I currently have my gun set up to shoot 34gr JSB Kings around the lower to mid 900s. Does anyone have any information using Nicks slugs in their Air Force gun.
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Offline Janteau1

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I too have my Condor SS set-up to shoot JSB 34 grs in the mid 900's. I just received a shipment of Nielsen 34.7 gr. I am going to try them tomorrow. The finish on b the ammo is a little rough. Hopefully they shoot well.
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In my AF Condor I shoot heavier ammo, I find it more accurate.  I like around 45 grains.  However, I have lots of guys buying and rebuying the lighter ammo but in my gun the heavier ammo shoots better, I guess every gun a little different.
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